representative Ruben GallegoRuben GallegoArizona, Democrat, wants information on the impact of the emergency on the wall The Army: Money: Trump's first veto warns of a "reckless" resolution | The United States hit Russia with new sanctions | Dems renews his request for reimbursement of his salary | Lawmakers call for an investigation of undocumented workers in Trump's businesses The Hispanic Caucus asks for a survey of the Trump organization hiring undocumented workers MORE (D-Arizona) will not seek to serve in the Arizona Senate in 2020, increasing the chances that retired astronaut Mark Kelly will not face a major opponent of the Democratic primary, according to the Republic of 'Arizona.
Kelly is trying to overthrow Sen. Martha McSallyMartha Elizabeth McSallyL's wife Arpaio recovers after a rattlesnake bite in Arizona A former Arizona Senate candidate astronaut returns the money from a paid speech to the United Arab Emirates. (R), who was appointed by Governor Doug Ducey (R) to complete the term of the late Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainGraham: McCain "acted appropriately" in handing Steele to the FBI. What should the Democrats do next, after Mueller's report? Tom Daschle: McCain was a model to imitate and not to criticize MORE (R) following the resignation of Interim Senator Jon Kyl (R).
Kelly, who announced her campaign in February, is married to former representative Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz), who left Congress shortly after being injured during a shootout in 2011.
Gallego, a representative for three terms, is one of the favorites on the left side of the party. He recently met with donors and prominent members of the Democratic Party, according to the newspaper, but eventually decided to re-run in his democratically democratic district.
"I do not want to get into a bitter primary until the general election, then turn around and try to run, whether it's me or Kelly, against McSally a year in which the Democrats have to win the Senate seat and take the # 39 "state," Gallego told the newspaper. "It's just not in the best interest of the state or the Democratic Party to go down that road. … If Republicans are excited to see a lively and naughty primary, they will have to look elsewhere because I will not participate in that. "